The Last of Us is most remembered for its gripping story campaign, but it had a well-loved multiplayer mode as well. The sequel, The Last of Us Part 2, won’t follow in those footsteps, though, as Naughty Dog says it’s focusing purely on the single-player experience with no plans for multiplayer.
“We’re focusing on a single-player experience, so we’re just making a single-player game for this,” lead game designer Emilia Schatz told US Gamer. To remove any possible ambiguity, a Sony rep reportedly later confirmed that it is single-player only.
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This signifies a change of plans, as Naughty Dog had previously confirmed that the multiplayer Factions Mode would be making a return. The team was vague at the time, declining to talk about details.
Despite the removed mode, The Last of Us 2 looks to be a sprawling game, spanning two blu-ray discs. It aims to make you feel bad about killing enemies to reinforce the themes of the story, and that will include killing dogs. You can read more about it in our in-depth preview.
In case you are itching to play the Factions Mode or just need to catch up with the first game, it will be included as a PlayStation Plus game in October. The Last of Us 2 is coming on February 21, 2020.
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